Verb(1) be on friendly terms with someone, as if with a brother, especially with an enemy
(1) Once the agreement is in place, then, and only then, will we have the time and the mutual inclination to teach, educate, socialize, fraternize , and speak the language of peace.(2) A 20-year veteran of the peace movement, he had learned one of the inviolable laws of the left: thou shalt not fraternize with big business.(3) The elite wanted to fraternize with the Pakistanis who had accepted Urdu as the national language.(4) I was never a Mob lawyer, I never fraternized with my clients and I never even went to a club to collect money for my fees.(5) And as such, it's easy to get lost in the work - studying tape, charting tendencies, game-planning, building relationships with players and fraternizing with coaches.(6) Once again he was stuck fraternizing with the enemy, and once again where he should have felt guilt he felt a tinge of familiarity.(7) And does Ashley know he's fraternising with the criminal underworld?(8) They accept the logic of peaceful coexistence: cultural synthesis, religious tolerance, social fraternization , short of assimilation, partnership in development, political understanding.(9) She was fraternizing with a member of the band and it's unacceptable.(10) The 2001 rules limited fraternization among agents and informants and instituted a Confidential Informant Review Committee that included federal prosecutors.(11) All along the front line soldiers walked spontaneously into no-man's land to fraternise with the enemy.(12) He was a private person who kept himself to himself and didn't fraternise with neighbours but would acknowledge them.(13) My friend doesn't remember her and doesn't recall any of the football players fraternising with any of the local celebs.(14) More numerous than the gentry-become-townsmen were the burgesses who fraternised with the gentry.(15) Because they say I'd fraternized with the prisoners.(16) You are sharing a lot of information here, wouldn't this be considered fraternizing with the enemy?
1. associate ::
2. mix ::
3. consort ::
4. socialize ::
5. keep company ::
6. rub elbows ::
7. hang around ::
9. run around ::
10. hobnob ::
11. be thick with ::
Different Formsfraternize, fraternized, fraternizes, fraternizing
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